Introduction to Electrodynamics
For junior/senior-level electricity and magnetism courses. This book is known for its clear, concise and accessible coverage of standard topics in a logical and pedagogically sound order. The Third Edition features a clear, accessible treatment of the fundamentals of electromagnetic theory, providing a sound platform for the exploration of related applications (ac circuits, antennas, transmission lines, plasmas, optics, etc.). Its lean and focused approach employs numerous examples and problems.
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1 .37, A = y and B = — y, and yet both of them would be written as f in spherical
coordinates. One could A A take account of this by explicitly indicating the point of
reference: r(0, <j>),6(9, <p),4>(9, </>), but this would be cumbersome, and as ...
Figure 3.23 3.3.2 Spherical Coordinates In the examples considered so far,
Cartesian coordinates were clearly appropriate, since the boundaries were
planes. For round objects spherical coordinates are more natural. In the spherical
where /, g, and h are functions of position characteristic of the particular
coordinate system (in Cartesian coordinates / = g = h = 1; in spherical
coordinates / = 1, g = r, h = r sin0; and in cylindrical coordinates / = h = I, g = s). As
you'll soon see, ...
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